I have a XYZPrinting Da Vinci 1.0a printer that worked for a year but has stopped (for almost a year now). When I go to print something, with a design from my computer and the preinstalled options on the machine itself, the extruder and bed will move as they normally would but no filament is released. The machine also makes a popping sound while "printing".
Here is what has been going on:
While printing the print bed permanently shifts closer to the front anywhere between 1mm to 1cm. Just now I cancelled a print that ended up laying filament behind the print in tangled messes. The 3m of wasted proprietary (and mildly overpriced) filament has spurred me into action.
Oh where do I start....? Only yesterday was I moaning about the inconsistency of the Nobel 1.0A print output; https://www.instagram.com/p/BixSL4QH3Wt/?taken-by=druids_delights And today it seems XYZ put a curse on me, I started another print in the same way I always have and then an hour into the print there were some pretty awful noises coming from the printer.
I am only printing ABS with one print head. Everything was printing fine. Last week I started a print and while printing the raft the printer said the filament was jammed and it cancelled the print. It continued to print the raft before stopping and cancelling. The filament is clearly not jammed as I've been able to restart the print and every time get about half way through the raft (which is
A few months ago XYZ released a new feature on the Nobel software to allow you to print with 3rd party resins by configuring all the laser settings and such. Even after reading the instructions I have no clue where I would start to configure the settings for a 3rd party resin to save money.
I just got a 3D Printer (woo-hoo!) and got to printing 2 days ago. I got the XYZprinting Da Vinci Mini, went through the XYZ software setup guide, and I was up and running. First, I printed a a shrunken version of the little chalice they have as a sample, it printed perfectly.
Hello all. Brand new here to 3d printing and have some questions. I currently use solidworks and sketchup pro for my modeling software. I purchased a davinci jr 1.0 from a friend about 8 months ago and I have never used it because I didn't know how and I didn't know any modeling stuff at the time haha.
I am currently printing with an xyzprinting davinci 1.0 and it often messes up the print job on the first layer even with glue on the bed using ABS. I've tried printing ABS parts and they are so brittle, but I am locked down to ABS or PLA with this printer. I've read that nylon is better and not as brittle as ABS or PLA but can't use it.
Hi, I have a da Vinca junior and have been using it for a few months with good results. Whilst removing some filament it broke at the feeder. I pulled out the tube and removed the filament piece and reinserted the tube. Since then I cannot get any new filament to load. It does not get past the gears into the tube and just keeps grinding away.
Quick question by a newbie here struggling with a 'stringy first layer'. Just getting started with my Mini. My first print (A) was using the included masking tape coated with a layer of glue stick adhesive, resulting in a nice base layer. Subsequent prints (B) used blue painters tape and the glue stick, but the bottom layer is not great. Sidewalls are still fine (C). Any idea how to fix?
Hello all! New here and looking for someone who could answer something that I can't find anywhere...
Hey guys. I have been in love with this printer since November (2017). I am amazed with the prints I gave been getting out of it. Suddenly though, there’s a problem with the bottom layer not sticking to the rest of the print. It sticks fine to the bed. It otherwise prints BEAutifully, but the PLA peels off of the bottom layer.
Hi guys, My 3D printer is failing for some time now... So my problem: The printer prints all layers, but on the same height! But I didnt find any problems. When I try to adjust height manually, it does work. (Da Vinci Junior 1.0) Does anyone knwo how to fix this? Thanks
Lately in my da vinci pro 3in1 the filament is not flowing out. The nozzle is not clogged for sure neither the temperature is too low/high for the filament. The whole process is going on, sometimes a little bit of filament flows out but after like even 2cm it stops and doesn't extrude anymore. Solutions?
Hi all. I have had this DV Mini for about a week. At first things printed great but now most prints are stringy. I did change filament. I tried calibrating and cleaning extruder several times through XYZware. Any thoughts as to why this is happening and what I can do to correct? Thanks J
I have a problem with my printer. Always i have trouble in the bottom from my piece. I dont know what can i do.
Been printing for a few weeks now and love the print quality and ease of printing. However, I have only been able to print in one color. Filament 1 will not feed. If I set the model to be a single color, it prints successfully, but any two color print will fail when attempting to go from one filament to another.
When I try to load, unload or print with filament the extruder goes up to the desired temperature but then drops back down so that the filament is not melting. This occurred after installing a replacement PLA filament and doing the most recent firmware update. There was internet issues at the time of the installation of update.
I got a Da Vinci mini 3D printer recently and I am very happy with the results. However, recently the printer has stopped functioning properly. The printer will print the first layer, and then immediately redo the purge and make a thudding or clicking noise. On the troubleshooting website, there were a couple of solutions, but after trying all of them multiple times, none of them would work.